Security Big Worry As Afghans Gear Up For Run-off

Security big worry as Afghans gear up for run-off

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghanistan will hardly have enough time to provide full security during a presidential election run-off in November, a senior official said on Thursday as preparations for the second round entered full swing.

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